Are bubbles in the fish tank OK?
Even the most well-maintained fish tank will have some bubbles. Think of bubbles as a sign that your fish are getting enough oxygen. As a proud fish owner, you should always strive to provide them with an optimal living environment that utilizes proper aeration and bubblers.
Why does my fish tank have tiny bubbles everywhere?
This usually happens after a water change and is caused by a difference in water temperature. Colder water holds more oxygen than warmer water. So if you added colder water to your tank than the water currently in there you’ll get these micro bubbles all over your glass.
How do I get rid of protein foam in my aquarium?
The only way to get rid of protein foam in an aquarium is to clean the tank thoroughly. Take care when cleaning that tank that you don’t destroy the beneficial bacteria colonies. You should also check for decaying plants or fish carcasses.